Anambra State Governor Willie Obiano has reiterated his call on the state citizens worldwide to bring home their investments, where substantial security and improve return on investment is assured.
He assured them of adequate security on their investment with enhance infrastructure to boost production of goods and services in the state.
The governor stated this in Awka, while commissioning an indigenously owned shopping mall, described the state from its current global commerce perspective as explosive for investment, which place Anambra state as the first choice investment destination in the country.
Governor Willie Obiano stated this at the commissioning of a new shopping mall in Awka, Anambra state capital, assured investors of adequate protection on their investment, adding that the state government would stop at nothing to ensure businesses in the state are secured to encourage other investors who might be willing to do business in the state.
Wooing potential investors to abundant investment opportunities in the state, Governor Obiano, noted that Anambra State is the best place to invest in the areas of tourism, among others, made possible by the establishment of the Anambra State Investment Promotion and Protection Agency ANSIPPA.
He assured that his administration has created an enabling environment for businesses to thrive, especially the security network which, he said, has made the state the safest place to invest in the country.
He therefore called on investors from both within and outside Anambra State to channel their resources to the state through job creation for the teeming youth populace, among others.
On his part, an investor, Robert Nwatu said the conducive atmosphere created by the governor influenced their desire to think home and invest.
He commended the state governor for redeeming the state image from near pariah state where investors were molested, even kidnapped and killed by criminals, urged his fellow investors, home and abroad to bring home their businesses as a medium to develop the state and grow their business.
Correspondent reports that the newly opened shopping mall currently employed over 100 direct indigenous workers, and it’s built to employ over 3500 indirect jobs in the state.